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  • Hits

    Hits | ALBUM REVIEW

    Joni Mitchell's rich body of work is ill-served by best-of cherry-picking. She has had few true hit singles to speak of, and most of those came early in her career. As a result, Hits is both predictable...

    October 29, 1996 12:00 AM ET
  • More Disputes Over Hendrix Estate

    More Disputes Over Hendrix Estate | ARTICLE

    The father of Jimi Hendrix may have finally secured his son's legacy, but a Swedish man claiming to be Hendrix's son is threatening...

    September 21, 1995 12:50 PM ET
  • Hot Band 1994: Green Day

    Hot Band 1994: Green Day | ARTICLE

    Beavis and Butt-head have started a band: It's called Green Day. Well, OK, Green Day are a punk band, whereas TV's dirty white boys would probably sound more like Iron Maiden. But the Berkeley, Calif.,...

    May 23, 1994 4:45 PM ET
  • Beasties Label Grand Royal to be Distributed by Capitol

    Beasties Label Grand Royal to be Distributed by Capitol | ARTICLE

    Capitol Records is now handling Grand Royal, the label owned by the Beastie Boys that was previously distributed independently. The first new release...

    December 9, 1993 12:00 PM ET
  • Come on Feel the Lemonheads

    Come on Feel the Lemonheads | ALBUM REVIEW

    T hough the Lemonheads have long been hailed by college-rock geeks, the Boston trio's mainstream buzz has come via singer-guitarist Evan Dando's dimples. Babe-o-licious cover...

    November 25, 1993 11:00 AM ET
  • Pearl Jam Hit the Road Again

    Pearl Jam Hit the Road Again | ARTICLE

    The summer's here, and the time is right for cuttin' outta town. That's what Pearl Jam is doing, anyway. Having spent the better...

    July 8, 1993 12:00 PM ET
  • Ron Wood Breaks Both Legs in Car Accident

    Ron Wood Breaks Both Legs in Car Accident | ARTICLE

    NEWBURY, ENGLAND — Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood suffered two broken legs on November 12th in a highway accident fifty miles west...

    January 10, 1991 12:00 PM ET
  • Hendrix: Twenty Years After

    Hendrix: Twenty Years After | ARTICLE

    Twenty years after his death, Jimi Hendrix is still inspiring legions of guitar-hero hopefuls. His pioneering use of feedback and distortion has been...

    December 13, 1990 1:45 PM ET
  • Stones Turn 92: Watts and Wood Celebrate Birthdays in Berlin

    Stones Turn 92: Watts and Wood Celebrate Birthdays in Berlin | ARTICLE

    There were ninety-two candles on the birthday cake presented to Charlie Watts and Ron Wood – who turned forty-nine and forty-three respectively – at...

    August 9, 1990 12:00 PM ET
  • Stones Play Surprise Intimate Set In Connecticut

    Stones Play Surprise Intimate Set In Connecticut | ARTICLE

    It was real good fun," says Rolling Stone Ron Wood – a noted authority on the topic of fun – talking about the...

    September 21, 1989 12:00 PM ET
  • Stones Prep 'Odd Sounding' New LP

    Stones Prep 'Odd Sounding' New LP | ARTICLE

    It's kind of a mixed bag," says Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones' upcoming album, which the band is now mixing in London for late-summer release. "It's got some rockers and some blues...

    June 29, 1989 12:00 PM ET
  • 'Ghostbusters II': Return of the Money-Making Slime

    'Ghostbusters II': Return of the Money-Making Slime | ARTICLE

    Ivan Reitman is clapping his hands. "We're getting there, we're getting there," he says to Bill Murray, who's slouching at a table in the...

    June 1, 1989 12:00 AM ET
  • Mick Jagger Solo Tour Delayed

    Mick Jagger Solo Tour Delayed | ARTICLE

    Mick Jagger's first solo tour has been postponed. The tour had been tentatively scheduled to begin in Europe and reach the United States...

    October 8, 1987 12:25 PM ET
  • Astral Weeks

    Astral Weeks | ALBUM REVIEW

    He didn't use the phrase for a song title until a year later, but Astral Weeks was the album on which Van Morrison fully descended "into the mystic." Morrison's first full-fledged solo album sounded like nothing else...

    August 27, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band | ALBUM REVIEW

    I just listened to it and said to myself, "God, I really love this album." Still, today, it just sounds so fresh. It sounds full of ideas. These guys knew what they were doing. They're good. And...

    August 27, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • Surrealistic Pillow

    Surrealistic Pillow | ALBUM REVIEW

    No other studio record summed up the San Francisco rock aesthetic of the late Sixties better than the Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow. Half-live records like Quicksilver Messenger Service's Happy Trails and the Grateful Dead's Anthem of the...

    August 27, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • Ghosting the Story of Mick Jagger

    Ghosting the Story of Mick Jagger | ARTICLE

    After reportedly interviewing more than fifty British writers in his suite at the Savoy in London, Mick Jagger has decided who will ghostwrite...

    May 26, 1983 1:50 PM ET
  • 'Star Wars' to Be Released as a Videocassette

    'Star Wars' to Be Released as a Videocassette | ARTICLE

    Within the next few weeks, Twentieth Century Fox will announce that it's releasing the all-time box-office smash Star Wars on videocassette. It could be...

    June 10, 1982 3:15 PM ET
  • Stones Plan Tour Finale

    Stones Plan Tour Finale | ARTICLE

    The Rolling Stones are planning to cap their 1981 U.S. tour on December 18th in New York with a small-club date that will...

    December 10, 1981 4:20 PM ET
  • Song May Be Added to Dylan LP

    Song May Be Added to Dylan LP | ARTICLE

    Bob Dylan's Shot of Love, which by early November had tumbled to the lower regions of the charts, may be getting a...

    December 10, 1981 12:10 PM ET
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